Located within the original walled city of Charleston, the French Quarter is home to some of the best places to eat, drink, and see downtown. This area is filled with churches and numerous historic buildings and condominiums, including the Pink House Tavern on 17 Chalmer’s St. Now a small art gallery, this historic piece of property is currently on the market for $999,500. One of the first sties of theatrical production, the Dock Street Theatre, is located here, along with St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, the first congregation in Charleston. The St. Philip’s graveyard is the final resting place for many famed people, such as the signers of the Declaration of Independence and Vice President John C. Calhoun.
Notable places to dine and stroll: